Thermo Fisher Scientific Events at AMP 2015

We'll be offering three workshops on next-generation sequencing (NGS) for clinical research at the upcoming Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.

And, Thursday, November 5, learn more about the work of leaders in the field of genomics and their efforts towards advances in precision medicine. 

Workshops

Wednesday, November 4, 2015
8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. (CT)
Austin Convention Center, Grand Ballroom D, Level 4

8:00 AM—Expand your results from FFPE solid tumor samples with Ion Torrent Oncomine next-generation sequencing (NGS) assays

Pioneering the Path to Precision Oncology through Next-Generation Sequencing
Seth Sadis, Ph.D.
Director, Oncology R & D, Thermo Fisher Scientific

AOP™150 Panel: An NGS Assay Method Validation
Madhushree Ghosh, Ph.D.
Vice-President, Alliance Development, AltheaDx
Victor Sementchenko, Ph.D.
Senior Manager, Research Services Operations & Head of Computational Biology, AltheaDx

9:00 AM—Advanced Ion Torrent next-generation sequencing and Applied Biosystems digital PCR applications to analyze liquid biopsy samples in today's laboratory.

Advanced Ion Torrent™ next-generation sequencing applications to analyze liquid biopsy samples
Luca Quagliata, PhD, University Hospital Basel

Ion AmpliSeq and QuantStudio 3D Genotyping assays for the detection of rare mutations in cfDNA of lung cancer research samples
Jose Luis Costa, PhD, IPATIMUP

10:00 AM—Molecular profiling in infectious disease research using high-throughput Applied Biosystems real-time PCR and Ion Torrent next-generation sequencing

Time Matters: The role of whole genome sequencing in high-resolution bacterial strain typing using the Ion S5 System
Lucy E. DesJardin, PhD, University of Iowa

The Development of Multidrug Resistance Gene Panel on OpenArray Platform
Elena Grigorenko, PhD, Diatherix

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. AOP is a trademark of Althea Dx.